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A quality move

EMC filter and component specialist Schaffner has acquired German company JACKE Transformatoren.

The move, said by Schaffner to strengthen its presence in the growing power quality market, will allow it to offer integrated emc, power quality and energy supply solutions.
Paul Dixon, Schaffner’s managing director, said: “The combination of Schaffner’s emc expertise and JACKE’s power quality competence creates a platform for developing innovative products that will enhance not only the operating safety and efficiency of electrical and electronic systems, but also their productivity and profitability.”
Schaffner JACKE, which has engineering and production capacities in Germany, will be integrated into Schaffner’s international Components division.

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Graham Pitcher

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